I’ve come across this video on Youtube and I’ve just thought it’d be great to share it with you all.
As it appears on the video description, this is the instrument list and the people who played & performed:
Jimmy Fallon – wood block, tambourine, bass drum, kazoo
Mariah Carey – vocals
Questlove – wooden clacker w/ afro pick
Mark Kelley – Fisher Price xylophone
Kamal Gray – recorder
James Poyser – melodica
Captain Kirk – ukulele
Tuba Gooding Jr. – kazoo
Frank Knuckles – bongos
Black Thought – sleigh bells
Hope you like it as much as I do.
I’ve just come across this video on Youtube and thought it might be interesting to you. See if you can understand what they say and ask me in class for clarifications. The text below is an excerpt from the video’s info box.
“Katy Perry and Jodi DiPiazza sing “Firework” at the Beacon Theater in New York. “Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs” is hosted by comedian and presenter Jon Stewart and raises money for autism programs, schools, and services all over the USA”.
Another nice story for you to listen and read along.
Here’s another videoclip for all of you to enjoy and work with. Read along as you listen to the story.
Here’s another video clip for you to work with. As usual, write down all the new vocabulary and look it up in a dictionary. Watch the video a few times, but keep in mind to leave some minutes in between to help the new ideas settle in your mind.
Try to watch this video using your earphones. Write down all the new vocabulary and look up the words you don’t know in a dictionary. After watching the video, let the ideas rest in your head for a while, and watch the video again after a few minutes. Then, try to watch it again after a few hours and concentrate on the pronunciation.
This is a short clip from last Xmas party at our school:
So cute! She’s adorable, isn’t she?… no no no!!
These are the video clips from Unit 2 PRACTICAL ENGLISH.
Do the exercises on p.24; the recording scripts are on p. 119.
listen & repeat
SOCIAL ENGLISH – coffee before the conference
listen & repeat
We have a new section: Spaniards in the works. I’ll try to find examples of Spanish celebrities speaking (and being understood) in English. Hope you like it!
Let’s start with José Andrés, one of the most important chefs in the USA.